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In the society of today discrimination and other similar ideas are not suppressed so that they are free to roam our cities states countries and finally the whole world Still different sides of the world have different types of discriminations There are some about animals race etc But the worst possible is discrimination against the opposite sex cause then those people would be against about 50 percent of the worlds population of humans So those who oppose this would try to show the world that the idea of sexism is wrong and Sandra Cisneros is one of then She indirectly discusses it in a book House on Mango Street This book The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros showed feminism and machismo in the Latino culture For example I quote I thought I would because he was so old and just as I was about to put my lips on his cheek he grabs my face with both hands and kisses me hard on the mouth and doesnt let gop55 In this quote the man who represents the machismo side tries to take control of Esperanza which is in the feminism side This shows an example for power between each other and the thought that the sexes are unequal unbalanced and that the male side has more power For is the man in the story didnt think that he could kiss Esperanza and get away with it because he has the right to do so then he wouldnt have done so Just because the society that Esperanza lives in believe that women have no right in the governments or any other part of the society than to care for the family that she lives in and nothing else So taking the machismos side first of all I think that it is wrong and that all people are on the same level of equality its just that some prove themselves more valuable to others so
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